The Minister in Panama (Price) to the Secretary of State
[Received December 27.]
Sir: Continuing my reports upon the matter of Fiscal Reform for Panama and the Bill pending in the National Assembly to provide for an American Fiscal Agent, I have the honor to enclose … a printed copy of the Bill as introduced in the National Assembly, …
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I have [etc.]
- Supplied by the editor.↩
- Approved Dec. 30, 1918, as Law 30 of 1918, with art. 8 amended to read as follows: “Article 8. The decisions of the Fiscal Agent with reference to the interpretation of the laws and fiscal regulations, will be with the advice of the Executive Power, who may revoke them or not; but the definitive decisions of the latter are appealable before the Supreme Court of Justice within the period of ninety days counting from the date when the interested party is notified. The appeal will be heard like the pleadings and proceedings of a law suit; but the final decision will be pronounced by the Court in full. The decisions of the Court will be definitive and will be exactly executed.” (File No. 819.51/249.)↩